Yes, by enrolling here you will be registered online so you will have online access to your monthly course 5 days prior to class day.
2. How and when do I pay my tuition and fees?
When you enroll today you will enter your information and be given the opportunity to pay once upfront and save 10% or to make monthly payments. If you choose to pay monthly you will be charged every month on the same date that you enrolled for the number of months you chose. You will be required to pay your application fee of $50 and the graduation fee of $100 on the first day you attend class. You will be charged today for your first class/tuition.
3. Are there any other fees I must pay?
The only other fees are:
If you have a NSF payment the fee is $29
If you desire to receive printed copies of the study guide and test (Must be ordered and paid for 30 days in advance) To be picked up the day of class at the school $15
Mailed to your address $20 (Must be ordered and paid for 30 days in advance)
Your tuition includes free access to the study guide and test on the website. It can be viewed, downloaded or printed from there.
4. When is the first class of 2019 - 2020?
The Red Oak, TX class is scheduled for September 7, at 8:45 AM - 1 PM.
The Red Oak, TX PCLC class starts January 11, 2020, at 8:45 AM - 1 PM. The Fort Worth, TX class is scheduled for September 21, at 8:45 AM - 1 PM.
Please plan to arrive a little early to get checked in - we will start the day with an orientation. All students are required to attend the yearly Student and Alumni Conference in January. This is part of the practicum requirement in your degree plan. The 2019 - 2020 Student and Alumni Conference will be on January 25. 2020 at 1 PM to 7 PM. Students who do not attend this conference will write a 20 page paper with 5 or more resources on "Community in Unity".
5. Will the classes always be on the same day of the month?
Yes, with the exception of unavoidable conflicts and holidays - these days will be moved to the next weekend.
6. How can I supplement my tuition?
We do not have government assistance or loans which allows us to offer some of the lowest tuition prices in the USA. Because of this we depend on our students to be prompt with their payments and request help with recruiting others who may be interested in enrolling in Integrity Seminary. To show our appreciation we offer a $100 gift for each new student that you help to enroll in Integrity. The new student must write the referring students name on their application to qualify for the gift.
7. Are there any other requirements that must be met to complete a degree?
The other requirements to complete a degree with Integrity Seminary are:
All students should take notes of the lectures and then post 3 quotes made by the professor during that class on social media and on the website community page. Submit the Student's Quote Sheet on the last day of class.
The master's and dual degree student should write a 50-page thesis relating to their master's degree major. This is due on the last day of class or the student may complete two extra courses from the website in lieu of the thesis.
The doctorate student should write a 100-page thesis relating to their doctorate degree major. The thesis is due the last day of class. Students will receive a rubric for grading and instructions on how to write your thesis in class.